EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COMMITTEE

The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Committee is responsible for the coordinating and improving the clinical care provided by all levels of pre-hospital providers within TSA-E.

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17sep10:00 am12:00 pmPediatric Surge Task Force Meeting - Introduction

Local Projects Grant (LPG) FY20:

All Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) licensed Air and Ground EMS providers and First Responder Organizations in TSA-E are eligible to receive one (1) Little Anne QCPR training manikin and one (1) feedback device.

To Receive Your Agency’s QCPR Manikin:

Step 1 – Have an authorized person sign the NCTTRAC Distribution and Implementation Agreement and NCTTRAC Asset Transfer Agreement, both are located below.

Step 2 – Email the signed agreements to Rpignatelli@ncttrac.org or bring them with you at the time of pick up

Step 3 – Schedule a date / time to pick up your CPR manikin – email Rpignatelli@ncttrac.org or call Robert Pignatelli at 817-607-7013 to schedule an appointment.

NOTE: NCTTRAC must have received the two signed agreements (referenced in Step 1) in advance before an agency can receive their QCPR Manikin.

The warehouse will be open every Wednesday, but please make sure to reach out to Robert to schedule your time.

Warehouse address:
4408 Barnett Blvd
Arlington, TX 76011

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committee Chair

KEvin cunningham
972-291-1011
kevin.cunningham@cedarhilltx.com
October 2019 – October 2020

 

Committee Chair Elect

KEvin sandifer
817-279-3586
kevin.sandifer@mansfieldtexas.gov
October 2019 – October 2020

Committee Responsibilities:

  1. Develop evidence-based pre-hospital guidelines for the North Central Texas Trauma Service Area.
  2. Organize, support, and/or coordinate community-based education for pre-hospital providers.
  3. Develop standards and procedures for the purpose and function of the EMS Committee.
  4. Create a broad stakeholder representation working to provide an opportunity to share resources leading to the development, operation, and evaluation of Emergency Medical Service efforts within the 19 counties served.

 

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